WAIT A SECOND.....Have you seen the Senate committee and House Judiciary hearings??? if these bureaucrats (Mayorkas, Garland, that Treasury Secretary, quite a few others... ) can actually get away with filibusters political answers to "yes or no" questions.... I can't expect the average voter of one certain party to be as direct
Yes or No.
Is like demanding that someone vote for either or (assuming a D or R candidate).
That's too restrictive.
OK, Ok, ok.....lets change to Ranked-Choice Voting! Surely a Dem is bound to win that way.
Well, we are talking about Portland, OR.
Starting in November 2024, Portland voters will have the opportunity to rank candidates in order of preference – one of three major changes underway for the City of Portland’s election system and form of government.
Portland is joining a growing number of cities and counties (including Multnomah County) that will allow voters to rank candidates in order of preference beginning in the 2024 November election. The voter experience will be as easy as ranking favorite ice cream flavors. Computers will do the rest.
PS.......remember these people (College Students) VOTE.